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'''Open Music Archive'''<br/>
 
'''Open Music Archive'''<br/>
'''Pre-release'''
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'''''Pre-release'''''
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'''Recorded: Thursday 17th March 2011 (18:30 – 20:30)'''
  
'''Thursday 17th March 18:30 – 20:30'''
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'''Broadcast: scheduled for 2021'''
  
In response to Sean Dockray’s invitation to contribute to ''Public Monument'', artists Eileen Simpson and Ben White have produced a future public domain radio programme – projecting forward a selection of out-of-copyright archive music and recordings currently controlled under copyrights that are due to expire by the time of broadcast in the year 2021.
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In response to Sean Dockray’s invitation to contribute to [http://shadowboxing.rca.ac.uk/artists/sean-dockray/ Public Monument], artists Eileen Simpson and Ben White produced a future public domain radio programme – projecting forward a selection of out-of-copyright archive music and recordings currently controlled under copyrights due to expire by the time of broadcast in the year 2021.
 
   
 
   
In 2011 in the UK, the term of copyright in a musical composition is limited to the life of the author plus 70 years, while the term of copyright in a sound recording is limited to 50 years from the date of recording. Once this bundle of proprietary rights expires, a music recording enters the public domain and is held in common. The legal frameworks, which define the limits of the public domain, are by no means fixed. The future of the public domain is precarious – the field of culture is increasingly colonised for private interests as proprietors of intellectual property continually lobby for the extension of their control.   
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In 2011 in the UK, the term of copyright in a musical composition is limited to the life of the author plus 70 years, while the term of copyright in a sound recording is limited to 50 years from the date of recording. Once this bundle of proprietary rights expires, a music recording enters the public domain and is held in common. The legal frameworks which define the limits of the public domain are by no means fixed. The future of the public domain is precarious – the field of culture is increasingly colonised for private interests as proprietors of intellectual property continually lobby for the extension of their control.   
 
 
Pre-release optimistically opens up a future channel for public domain material beyond individual proprietary and commercial interests – a truly free broadcast for an imminent public domain.
 
  
The Pre-release radio programme is presented by [http://www.danscott.org.uk Dan Scott]
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''Pre-release'' optimistically opens up a future channel for public domain material beyond individual proprietary and commercial interests – a truly free broadcast for an imminent public domain.
  
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The ''Pre-release'' radio programme was presented by [http://www.danscott.org.uk Dan Scott]
  
== Script notes ==
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Part of [http://shadowboxing.rca.ac.uk/ SHADOWBOXING]<br/>
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18 March - 3 April 2011<br/>
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Royal College of Art
  
'''You’re listening to Open Music Archive pre-release with Dan Scott'''
 
  
'''Warning: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before all proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recordings have expired – scheduled for 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe. Terms for other jurisdictions may differ, please refer to your local legal frameworks.'''
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== Outline script notes and tracklisting for broadcast ==
  
*Six Cold Feet in the Ground – Leroy Carr
 
  
'''Warning: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast until 1st January 2021.'''
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'''You’re listening to Open Music Archive pre-release with Dan Scott. Warning: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before all proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recordings have expired – scheduled for 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe. Terms for other jurisdictions may differ, please refer to your local legal frameworks.'''
  
Copyrights associated with this recording expired in XXXX
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Proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recording expired in XXXX
 
Released in the public domain in XXXX
 
Expired XXXX
 
Released XXXX
 
  
  
*Chloe – Ben Webster
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Chloe – Ben Webster<br/>
 
 
 
''recorded 1940, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)''<br/>
 
''recorded 1940, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)''<br/>
 
'''copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014'''
 
'''copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014'''
  
  
*Chloe Benny Goodman
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Worried and Evil Man Blues Blind Boy Fuller<br/>
 
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''written by Blind Boy Fuller (d. 1941)''<br/>
''recorded 1937, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)''<br/>
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'''copyrights expired 2012'''
'''copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014'''
 
 
 
  
*Chloe – Henry “Red” Allen
 
  
''recorded 1963, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)''<br/>
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She’s funny that way – Buck Clayton <br/>
'''copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014'''
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''recorded 1953, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Richard A. Whiting (d. 1938)''<br/>
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'''expired 2014'''
  
  
*Chloe Fats Waller
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She’s funny that way Ike Quebec<br/>
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''recorded 1944, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Richard A. Whiting (d. 1938)''<br/>
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'''expired 2014'''
  
''recorded 1928''<br/>
 
''music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)''<br/>
 
''copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014''
 
  
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You got to die someday – Lucille Bogan<br/>
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''written by Lucille Bogan (d. 1948)''<br/>
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'''entered the public domain 2019'''
  
*Poor Boy Blues – Ramblin’ Thomas
 
  
''proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recording expired in 2016''
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'''You’re listening to Open Music Archive pre-release. This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast until 1st January 2021.'''
  
*Deep Blue Sea Blues – Clara Smith
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*Worried and Evil Man Blues – Blind Boy Fuller
 
  
''expired 2012''
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Poor Boy Blues – Ramblin’ Thomas <br/>
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''written by Ramblin' Thomas (d. 1945)''<br/>
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'''proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recording expired in 2016'''
  
*Blake’s Worried Blues – Blind Blake
 
  
*She’s funny that way Buck Clayton
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Chloe Benny Goodman<br/>
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''recorded 1937, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)''<br/>
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'''copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014'''
  
''recorded 1953''<br/>
 
''music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Richard A. Whiting (d. 1938)''<br/>
 
''expires 2014''
 
  
*She’s funny that way Ike Quebec
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You’re Driving Me Crazy Jess Stacey<br/>
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''written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947)''<br/>
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'''copyrights associated with this recording expired 2018'''
  
''recorded 1944''<br/>
 
''music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Richard A. Whiting (d. 1938)''<br/>
 
''expires 2014'
 
 
*Eddie’s Twister – Eddie Lang
 
 
*You got to die someday – Lucille Bogan
 
 
''written by Lucille Bogan (d. 1948)''<br/>
 
''entered the public domain 2019''
 
 
*Police Station Blues – Peetie Wheatstraw
 
  
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Police Station Blues – Peetie Wheatstraw<br/>
 
''written by Peetie Wheatstraw (d. 1941)''<br/>
 
''written by Peetie Wheatstraw (d. 1941)''<br/>
''expires 2012''
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'''expires 2012'''
  
*99 Year Blues – Julius Daniel
 
  
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99 Year Blues – Julius Daniel<br/>
 
''written by Julius Daniel (d. 1947)''<br/>
 
''written by Julius Daniel (d. 1947)''<br/>
''Released 2018''
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'''released into the public domain 2018'''
  
  
17. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out – Bessie Smith (1923)
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Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out – Jimmy Witherspoon (recorded 1962)<br/>
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''recorded 1962, written by Jimmy Cox (d. 1925)''<br/>
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'''proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recording expired in 2013'''
  
18. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and out – Juanita Hall (1958)
 
  
19. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out – Jimmy Witherspoon (recorded 1962) ← this version © expires 2013 (others already out)
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"Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" is a blues standard, written by Jimmy Cox in 1923
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'''Notice: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before all proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recordings have expired – scheduled for 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe. Terms for other jurisdictions may differ, please refer to your local legal frameworks. You’re listening to Open Music Archive pre-release.'''
  
20. My Buddy Blind Papa Lemon – King Solomon Hill (d. 1949)
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© expires: 2020
 
  
King Solomon Hill (1897, McComb, Mississippi - 1949, Sibley, Louisiana)
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My Buddy Blind Papa Lemon – King Solomon Hill (d. 1949)<br/>
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''written by King Solomon Hill (d. 1949)''<br/>
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'''copyrights in the music, lyrics and recording expired in expires: 2020'''
  
21. One Dime Blues – Blind Lemon Jefferson
 
  
22. Goodbye Booze – Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers
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My Blue Heaven – Gene Austin<br/>
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''recorded 1928, music Walter Donaldson (d. 1947) lyrics George A. Whiting''<br/>
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'''copyrights expired 2018'''
  
23. My Blue Heaven – Gene Austin (recorded 1928)
 
  
24. My Blue Heaven – Fats Domino (recorded 1955)
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My Blue Heaven – Fats Domino (recorded 1955)<br/>
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''recorded 1955, music Walter Donaldson (d. 1947) lyrics George A. Whiting''<br/>
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'''copyrights expired 2018'''
  
© expires: 2018
 
  
"My Blue Heaven" is a popular song. The music was written by Walter Donaldson, the lyrics by George A. Whiting.
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You’re Driving Me Crazy – Tito Rodriguez<br/>
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''written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947)''<br/>
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'''copyrights associated with this recording expired 2018'''
  
  
25. The Green Grass Grows All Around – Louis Jordan
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The Green Grass Grows All Around – Louis Jordan<br/>
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''music Harry Von Tilzer (d. 1946) lyrics William Jerome (d. 1932)''<br/>
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'''copyrights associated with this recording expired 2017'''
  
© expires: 2017
 
And The Green Grass Grows All Around, also known as The Green Grass Grew All Around is a song that was first published in 1912[1][2], with words by William Jerome (William Jerome Flannery, 1865 - 1932)
 
and melody by Harry Von Tilzer (July 8, 1872 - January 10, 1946)
 
  
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Yes Sir, That’s My Baby – Nat King Cole<br/>
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''recorded 1949, written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947) and Gus Kahn''<br/>
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'''expired 2018'''
  
  
26. Yes Sir, That’s My Baby – Nat King Cole (recorded 1949)
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Yes Sir, That’s My Baby – Etta Jones <br/>
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''recorded 1960, written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947) and Gus Kahn''<br/>
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'''expired 2018'''
  
27. Yes Sir, That’s My Baby – Etta Jones (recorded 1960)
 
  
© expires: 2018
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Shave ‘em Dry – Lucille Bogan<br/>
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''written by Lucille Bogan (d. 1948)''<br/>
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'''entered the public domain 2019'''
  
written by Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn
 
  
28. Shave ‘em Dry – Lucille
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© expires: 2019
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''''You’re listening to Open Music Archive pre-release part of Public Monument presented by me Dan Scott. Warning: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before all proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recordings have expired – scheduled for 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe.'''
  
Lucille Bogan (April 1, 1897 – August 10, 1948) was an American blues singer, among the first to be recorded. She also recorded under the pseudonym Bessie Jackson.
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29. Big Four Blues – Leroy Carr
 
  
30. Evil Minded Blues – Virginia Liston
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Chloe – Henry “Red” Allen<br/>
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''recorded 1963, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)''<br/>
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'''copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014'''
  
31. Painting The Clouds With Sunshine – Gene Goldkette (recorded 1929)
 
  
© expires: 2021
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Painting The Clouds With Sunshine – Gene Goldkette<br/>
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''recorded 1929, lyrics Al Dubin (d. 1945) music Joseph A. Burke (d. 1950)''<br/>
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'''released in the public domain 2021'''
  
written by: Al Dubin (June 10, 1891 - February 11, 1945)
 
and Joseph A. Burke (March 18, 1884 – June 9, 1950)
 
  
"Painting the Clouds with Sunshine" is a popular song. The music was written by Joe Burke, the lyrics by Al Dubin.
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Carolina In The Morning – Holywood Dance Orchestra<br/>
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''recorded 1922, music Walter Donaldson (d. 1947) lyrics Gus Kahn ''<br/>
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'''expired 2018'''
  
32. Carolina In The Morning – Holywood Dance Orchestra (recorded 1922)
 
  
© expires: 2018
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You’re Driving Me Crazy – Ray Noble and His Orchestra with Al Bowlly<br/>
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''written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947)''<br/>
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'''copyrights associated with this recording expired 2018'''
  
written by Walter Donaldson (February 15, 1893 - July 15, 1947)
 
with words by Gus Kahn
 
  
33. You’re Driving Me Crazy – Ray Noble and His Orchestra with Al Bowlly
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You’re Driving Me Crazy – Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians<br/>
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''written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947)''<br/>
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'''copyrights associated with this recording expired 2018'''
  
34. You’re Driving Me Crazy – Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians
 
  
35. You’re Driving Me Crazy – Jess Stacey
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36. You’re Driving Me Crazy – Tito Rodriguez
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'''Warning: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe.'''
  
© expires: 2018
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"You’re Driving Me Crazy" is a U.S. popular song composed (music and lyrics) by Walter Donaldson for the 1930 musical comedy Smiles.
 
  
37. Core ‘ngrato – Enrico Caruso
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Chloe – Fats Waller<br/>
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''recorded 1928, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)''<br/>
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'''copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014'''
  
© expires: 2018
 
  
written by
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Core ‘ngrato – Enrico Caruso<br/>
Salvatore Cardillo
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''Salvatore Cardillo (d. 1947)''<br/>
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'''copyrights associated with this recording expired 2018'''
  
Salvatore Cardillo (1874–1947)
 
  
38. Tiptoe Through The Tulips – Nick Lucas
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Tiptoe Through The Tulips – Nick Lucas<br/>
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''music Joseph A. Burke (d. 1950) lyrics Al Dubin (d. 1945)''<br/>
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'''proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recording expired 2021'''
  
© expires: 2021
 
  
"Tiptoe Through the Tulips" is a popular song originally published in 1926. The music was written by Joseph A. Burke (March 18, 1884 June 9, 1950) and the lyrics by Al Dubin (June 10, 1891 - February 11, 1945)
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Goodnight Irene (live in texas) Leadbelly<br/>
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''recorded 1949, written by Huddie William Ledbetter (d. 1949)''<br/>
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'''copyrights expired 2020'''
  
39. Goodnight Irene (live in texas) – Leadbelly (recorded 1949)
 
  
© expires: 2020
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Huddie William Ledbetter (January 20, 1888 December 6, 1949)
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'''Warning: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before all proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recordings have expired scheduled for 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe. Terms for other jurisdictions may differ, please refer to your local legal frameworks.'''
 
 
 
 
 
 
You’ve been listening to Open Music Archive – pre-release
 
  
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'''You’ve been listening to Open Music Archive – pre-release'''
  
Warning: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before all proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recordings have expired – scheduled for 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe. Terms for other jurisdictions may differ, please refer to your local legal frameworks.
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Open Music Archive
Pre-release

Recorded: Thursday 17th March 2011 (18:30 – 20:30)

Broadcast: scheduled for 2021

In response to Sean Dockray’s invitation to contribute to Public Monument, artists Eileen Simpson and Ben White produced a future public domain radio programme – projecting forward a selection of out-of-copyright archive music and recordings currently controlled under copyrights due to expire by the time of broadcast in the year 2021.

In 2011 in the UK, the term of copyright in a musical composition is limited to the life of the author plus 70 years, while the term of copyright in a sound recording is limited to 50 years from the date of recording. Once this bundle of proprietary rights expires, a music recording enters the public domain and is held in common. The legal frameworks which define the limits of the public domain are by no means fixed. The future of the public domain is precarious – the field of culture is increasingly colonised for private interests as proprietors of intellectual property continually lobby for the extension of their control.

Pre-release optimistically opens up a future channel for public domain material beyond individual proprietary and commercial interests – a truly free broadcast for an imminent public domain.

The Pre-release radio programme was presented by Dan Scott

Part of SHADOWBOXING
18 March - 3 April 2011
Royal College of Art


Outline script notes and tracklisting for broadcast


You’re listening to Open Music Archive pre-release with Dan Scott. Warning: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before all proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recordings have expired – scheduled for 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe. Terms for other jurisdictions may differ, please refer to your local legal frameworks.



Chloe – Ben Webster
recorded 1940, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)
copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014


Worried and Evil Man Blues – Blind Boy Fuller
written by Blind Boy Fuller (d. 1941)
copyrights expired 2012


She’s funny that way – Buck Clayton
recorded 1953, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Richard A. Whiting (d. 1938)
expired 2014


She’s funny that way – Ike Quebec
recorded 1944, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Richard A. Whiting (d. 1938)
expired 2014


You got to die someday – Lucille Bogan
written by Lucille Bogan (d. 1948)
entered the public domain 2019



You’re listening to Open Music Archive pre-release. This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast until 1st January 2021.



Poor Boy Blues – Ramblin’ Thomas
written by Ramblin' Thomas (d. 1945)
proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recording expired in 2016


Chloe – Benny Goodman
recorded 1937, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)
copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014


You’re Driving Me Crazy – Jess Stacey
written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947)
copyrights associated with this recording expired 2018


Police Station Blues – Peetie Wheatstraw
written by Peetie Wheatstraw (d. 1941)
expires 2012


99 Year Blues – Julius Daniel
written by Julius Daniel (d. 1947)
released into the public domain 2018


Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out – Jimmy Witherspoon (recorded 1962)
recorded 1962, written by Jimmy Cox (d. 1925)
proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recording expired in 2013



Notice: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before all proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recordings have expired – scheduled for 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe. Terms for other jurisdictions may differ, please refer to your local legal frameworks. You’re listening to Open Music Archive pre-release.



My Buddy Blind Papa Lemon – King Solomon Hill (d. 1949)
written by King Solomon Hill (d. 1949)
copyrights in the music, lyrics and recording expired in expires: 2020


My Blue Heaven – Gene Austin
recorded 1928, music Walter Donaldson (d. 1947) lyrics George A. Whiting
copyrights expired 2018


My Blue Heaven – Fats Domino (recorded 1955)
recorded 1955, music Walter Donaldson (d. 1947) lyrics George A. Whiting
copyrights expired 2018


You’re Driving Me Crazy – Tito Rodriguez
written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947)
copyrights associated with this recording expired 2018


The Green Grass Grows All Around – Louis Jordan
music Harry Von Tilzer (d. 1946) lyrics William Jerome (d. 1932)
copyrights associated with this recording expired 2017


Yes Sir, That’s My Baby – Nat King Cole
recorded 1949, written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947) and Gus Kahn
expired 2018


Yes Sir, That’s My Baby – Etta Jones
recorded 1960, written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947) and Gus Kahn
expired 2018


Shave ‘em Dry – Lucille Bogan
written by Lucille Bogan (d. 1948)
entered the public domain 2019



'You’re listening to Open Music Archive pre-release part of Public Monument presented by me Dan Scott. Warning: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before all proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recordings have expired – scheduled for 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe.



Chloe – Henry “Red” Allen
recorded 1963, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)
copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014


Painting The Clouds With Sunshine – Gene Goldkette
recorded 1929, lyrics Al Dubin (d. 1945) music Joseph A. Burke (d. 1950)
released in the public domain 2021


Carolina In The Morning – Holywood Dance Orchestra
recorded 1922, music Walter Donaldson (d. 1947) lyrics Gus Kahn
expired 2018


You’re Driving Me Crazy – Ray Noble and His Orchestra with Al Bowlly
written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947)
copyrights associated with this recording expired 2018


You’re Driving Me Crazy – Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians
written by Walter Donaldson (d. 1947)
copyrights associated with this recording expired 2018



Warning: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe.



Chloe – Fats Waller
recorded 1928, music Charles N. Daniels (d. 1943) lyrics Gus Kahn (d. 1941)
copyrights associated with this recording expired in 2014


Core ‘ngrato – Enrico Caruso
Salvatore Cardillo (d. 1947)
copyrights associated with this recording expired 2018


Tiptoe Through The Tulips – Nick Lucas
music Joseph A. Burke (d. 1950) lyrics Al Dubin (d. 1945)
proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recording expired 2021


Goodnight Irene (live in texas) – Leadbelly
recorded 1949, written by Huddie William Ledbetter (d. 1949)
copyrights expired 2020



Warning: This public domain radio programme should not be broadcast before all proprietary interests in the music, lyrics and recordings have expired – scheduled for 1st January 2021 in the UK and Europe. Terms for other jurisdictions may differ, please refer to your local legal frameworks.

You’ve been listening to Open Music Archive – pre-release